Whether you’re shopping for the latest in Dutch Design, or want the inside scoop on what’s happening this weekend, the I amsterdam Store is a go-to point for locals and visitors alike. Pick out the perfect gift from Amsterdam-based brands, and even book tickets to museums and events.
Of all of Amsterdam Artis Royal Zoo’s cool critters, there’s only one you can take home: the plush and mischievous Artis the Partis was found lost in the park. The one-of-a-kind creature is just waiting for someone to claim him.
Cre8’s charming laser-cut jewelry, puzzles, and more featuring iconic Amsterdam images join 3D-printed creations that marry the city’s historic past with its tech-focused future. They also offer workshops to at-risk kids, and everyone else as well!
These plush pillow covers featuring classic Amsterdam canal houses were made by [email protected], a non-profit that sustainably produces pillows and wooden children’s toys. The pillows are made with a soft micro-velvet fabric that’s durable, dirt- and hair-repellent and machine-washable.
Beer has been a key commodity in Amsterdam since the Middle Ages. Our beer brands are loved all over the world. Nowadays new beer breweries are sprouting from the ground like mushrooms and this selection of beers enables you to sample a few of these.
Ever seen a film that changed your life? The designers of these reusable bottles, sustainable wooden coolers and organic syrups did: the documentary Bottled at IDFA. That’s why, since 2010, they’ve been doing their part to save the planet (from the 50,000 plastic bottles thrown away each day in the Netherlands alone) in style.
From India with love, these Amsterdam-designed bags are handcrafted in the East from leather and other fairtrade textiles. The timeless bags in classic designs can be paired with any personality, and each time you wear one you’ll know your purchase helped the Indian manufacturing partners create better, healthier lives for their local team.
The world’s first dedicated peanut-butter store has opened up in Amsterdam – but you can get your fill of creamy, allnatural homemade goodness in a surprising array of flavors right here. You’ll enjoy your caramel-sea salt or coconut-sea salt peanut butter all the more knowing the ingredients are all organic and/or fair trade.
Inspired by Amsterdam´s cycling culture, Property Of… has developed a unique reflective fabric combining safety with style. This is achieved through a special coating process that allows the fabric to be dyed in different shades.
The Stadsplank is a cutting board, bread board or tapas board, made from a felled city tree. The tree grew along a street, in a park or in a plaza in Amsterdam. The tree has given years of shade and clean air. While it would normally be turned into wood chips for a forest path or simply smoke from a furnace, this old tree is now given a new life, namely in the form of our cutting boards!
Tony’s Chocolonely is a chocolate bar like no other. Produced in Amsterdam, the company was set up to bring an end to slavery in the chocolate making industry. Using intensely tasty chocolate, Tony’s Chocolonely shows that there is a better way: in taste, packaging and how they treat the cocoa farmers: 100% slave-free, honest and transparent.
With a natural wood design as pleasingly supple as the sound it delivers, Trobla offers the most sustainable smartphone amplification possible – no electricity and no batteries needed. You’ll want to put this elegant design on display at home, but your Trobla amplifier is an equally excellent option when you want to take your tunes to go.
Let the kids play ball whenever and wherever with the Foooty, a foldable, flexible ball made for impromptu games. Dreamt up by the Amsterdam-based concept agency Apollo 11, Foooties are sold in packs of numerous small plastic parts that easily interlock to create a football – or rugby ball, frisbee, juggling balls and more. The possibilities with a Foooty are only as limited as a kid’s imagination.
Playmobil can be found in the toyboxes (and on the floor) of nearly every children’s room. These little figurines spark creativity and let imaginations run wild — even when depicting the everyday scenes of supermarkets, airports and now, thanks to a partnership with the Rijksmuseum, the Dutch Masters. Two exclusive sets have been released: Rembrandt’s The Night Watch and Vermeer’s The Milkmaid.
Ladies can wrap themselves in Amsterdam wherever they go with these shawls from POM, a relatively young Dutch design duo and brand. Created in an Amsterdam studio, some of the many intricate patterns and high-quality fabrics used for the shawls are designed with the city in mind: a pattern of black and white bicycles and even a luxurious silk shawl made exclusively for KLM.
Studio Roof, a Dutch maker of cardboard playthings and décor, proves that fun doesn’t always mean the latest gadget. With their line of cardboard build-it-yourself toys, kids can create their own stories. The Wild Animals set comprises pop-out and put-together lions, monkeys, and more, while the People of the World collection teaches kids about other cultures and countries.
With the simple, sleek bike bell from Veloretti, an independent bicycle brand naturally based in Amsterdam, men can become the heroes the city needs. Available in four colours, including gold, brass, silver and black, the bell produces a pleasing note that’s loud enough to warn pedestrians in the bike lane without disturbing the peace.
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